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LIVE UPDATES: Protests Follow Release Of Video Of Police Shooting That Killed Adam Toledo

CHICAGO (CBS) -- Videos were released Thursday showing Chicago Police shooting and killing 13-year-old Adam Toledo.

Following the videos, protesters gathered downtown and marched to the Magnificent Mile, and protests were also held at Union Park and other areas.

10 p.m: Marchers have headed east on Randolph Street near Peoria Street in the West Loop, in the direction of downtown. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reported the crowd remained peaceful, but made their presence known loudly.

They were chanting: "CPD! KKK! How many kids did you kill today?"

The protests remained peaceful as it headed east.

9:33 p.m.: CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports demonstrators are blocking traffic at Washington Boulevard and Ashland Avenue near Union Park.

9:28 p.m.: The downtown march reportedly ended at Michigan Avenue and Madison Street.

8:58 p.m.: Officers in helmets were on the scene at FOP Headquarters.

8:53 p.m.: Protesters were headed south through the Loop, making a stop in front of the Chicago Theatre.

8:50 p.m.: 8:50 p.m.: Demonstrators have gathered outside the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police Headquarters at 1412 W. Washington Blvd.

8:15 p.m.: The group on the Magnificent Mile has reportedly turned back south on Michigan Avenue from Chicago Avenue.

8:13 p.m.: Protesters were reportedly gathered outside Chicago Public Safety Headquarters at 3510 S. Michigan Ave. Activist Ja'Mal Green had announced a rally there, calling for a complete overhaul of the Chicago Police Department and the resignation of Mayor Lori Lightfoot.

8:05 p.m.: Video posted to Twitter showed protesters on Michigan Avenue near the Water Tower chanting: "Hey hey! Ho ho! Lori Lightfoot's got to go!"

7:45 p.m.: Protesters were stopped on Michigan Avenue just north of the DuSable Bridge after marching across. They held a banner reading, "Defund the Police."

7:35 p.m.: A group of protesters gathered in a circle at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive before marching across the DuSable Bridge on the sidewalk. A Citizen app report estimated the crowd size at about 50.

6 p.m.: CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reported the Little Village Community Council said the video shows that Adam did not have a gun in his hand the exact moment a Chicago Police Officer opened fire, killing him.

The group said they want the officer charged, and said city leaders should be held accountable for what they call a cover up in the first 48 hours after the shooting.

2:30 p.m.: Police have released videos of the shooting that killed Adam early on March 29 in Little Village. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports the footage shows Adam and 21-year-old Ruben Roman standing on a street corner when several shots were fired.

Both then ran past a church and into a nearby alley. Body camera footage shows an officer chasing Adam down the alley, telling the boy to show the officer his hands.

"Stop! Stop right f***ing now! Hands! Show me your f***ing hands!" the officer is heard saying.

Adam can then be seen stopping near a gap in the fence in the alley, with both hands at his side, his left shoulder facing the officer.

When the video is slowed down, a frame of the footage does appear to show a gun in Adam's hand just before he raises his arms and the officer opens fire.

The first time a gun is clearly visible in the officer's body camera video is about 2 minutes and 30 seconds after the officer shot Adam, when the officer shines his flashlight on a handgun on the ground, leaning against the fence next to Adam, on the other side of the alley.

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